Stephanie Earls


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Mumford & Sons' 'Gentlemen of the Road' fest draws massive crowd to Salida


Each year, organizers with the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover tour search the globe for idyllic rural towns and small cities to host the multi-day, traveling music extravaganza, founded in 2012 by British...

Pikes Pub: HefeWheaties and now Starbucks? Craft beer's breakfast takeover

By: Stephanie Earls

First it was HefeWheaties … and now Starbucks?

Welcome to Craft Beer Phase III: The Breakfast Takeover.

The Seattle-based java juggernaut has announced a major push in its nationwide rollout...

Triple threat: Teaching teens to drive is a rough road for parents of Colorado Springs triplets


Things come at you fast when you're cruising down the exit ramp of childhood.

Like that Subaru, and that pothole. And whoa ... pedestrian.

From her spot in the passenger seat, Lisa Rudolph gently...

Waka Flocka Flame at The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs


Juaquin James Malphurs - aka Waka Flocka Flame - was born in Queens, N.Y., but grew up in the hip-hop scene of Atlanta, where his mother worked in the music industry. It was there that Waka made his name (a mashup...

Pet owners rejoice: Colorado Springs earns top 5 national ranking

By: Stephanie Earls

It's late morning on a perfect mid-August day and Michele Seier emerges from her west-side home with Marley, a 3-year-old goldendoodle. If they turn right, a moderate walk will take them to the southern reaches of...

Farmers market reopens in Colorado Springs Memorial Park


For nearly 20 years, the Memorial Park farmers market was a Thursday staple for seekers of fresh, local produce - until this spring, after show-runner Frank Schmidt decided it was time to dial back. One of his two...

Colorado Springs brewers tap history for braggot, a blend of mead and beer


Thanks in part to our thirst for The New, the modern world of craft beer celebrates and rewards its creatives, oddballs and experimentalists, but many brewers are thumbing backward in historical recipe books to...

No buzz is bad buzz: Feds urge pollinator gardens to combat bee decline


Ted Langowski's Colorado Springs yard was coming up roses until the rains and the birds.

"I looked out one day and there was a flock, 30 to 50 of these little yellow guys. Next thing, my yard's full of...